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Facebook Messenger Lite

Facebook Messenger Lite for Android Now Available For Download In India

Facebook Messenger Lite is now available for download in India. The lite version of the original Facebook Messenger app comes with minimal features, allowing it to run better on low-end smartphones with slow data speeds. Facebook had launched Messenger Lite in October last year, in addition to Facebook Lite. Later in April this year, the […]

Samsung GALAXY Ace 3 3G

Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 Marks The Return Of The Ace Series With Android 4.2 Jelly Bean And A 4-inch Display

It’s been over an year that Samsung has announced any¬†version of the Galaxy Ace, which became quite popular thanks to the low price tags. Well, they’ve just announced the Galaxy Ace 3, obviously a successor to the Ace 2. It comes in two variants – 3G and 4G, surprisingly, with 4 GB and 8 GB […]

Microsoft Dont Fight Switch To Lumia ad

Microsoft Publishes A Smart Apple v Samsung Ad, Hopefully Remembers It Still Has To Work On Windows Phone

This is a really smart ad from Microsoft, showing Apple and Samsung/Android fans fighting, and a couple of Lumia 920 users calmly using their devices. The ad is going to air in the US later, but the video has been released on YouTube. This comes on the back of the best ever Lumia sales in […]

Motorola RAZR M XT-905

Motorola Could Be Planning Razr M-sized Stock Android Phones

Remember the Motorola Razr M? It was one of those Android phones I’d lusted after in vain, much more so after Motorola ceased its operations in India. Well, it looks like Motorola and Google have their first Google-influenced products in the pipeline, according to PCMag. Consumers love what the Android OS can do for them, […]

Galaxy Mega 6_3

Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 And Galaxy Mega 6.3 Announced – Because ‘Moar’ Is Never Enough

Samsung has today announced a couple of devices that were leaked some time back. They’re calling them Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3. Galaxy Mega is a new line, and Samsung is probably aiming to take the concept of a Galaxy Note (minus the S-Pen) to lower price points, probably upper and mid mid-range. […]